This video demonstrates the robotic automation of the Talent Acquisition Process. It shows how robotic software can read, enter and validate data in different systems.
As more and more organisations grab the bull by the horns and start their journey towards using robotic process automation (RPA) a wealth of early-adopter case studies are starting to emerge to help guide the trek
Mindfields has clients at all the different stages and is documenting the challenges and discoveries to make the journeys of future clients as smooth as possible.
In order to start sharing some of this knowledge, we have been running webinars, including one this Feb titled "Setting up the Centre of Excellence (CoE) for RPA - What, Why and When"
This video demonstrates Robotic automation of the Vendor Reconciliation Process. It shows how robots can read, validate, and compare vendor statements with vendor accounts in SAP by running a macro to find unmatched invoices. Unmatched invoice details can then be emailed directly to Accounts payable and the vendor.
Our Rapid RPA webinar focused on lessons learned and how to build a business case for robotic process automation (RPA). Overall, we received an overwhelming response with participants across the globe:
We are still in the early days of robotic process automation, where many companies are sold on the concept, but are waiting to see positive results in profit and loss statements.
Whenever we evaluate any big decision in life the topic of governance is front of mind, even if we are not explicitly thinking about it in those terms. Whether it be assessing a country, a company or even an aspects of our social lives.
Leanne Ward, Executive General Manager at Broadspectrum shares her positive experience of Rapid RPA with Mindfields.
This video demonstrates Mindfields methodology to automate visa payment operations.
5 ways to benchmark your service provider's maturity in 'mark'eting their automation and AI offerings
Outsourcing arrangements in many organisations are now more than 20 years old, and as such the relationships these companies share with their service provider goes much deeper than the vanilla phrase “strategic partner” would suggest.
In many cases external providers have essentially become parts of the client’s own office in all but name.
However as with all long term relationships, things can get stale and monotonous, particularly if it seems that fresh commitments and added value are not being offered from both sides.